ASTM International - ASTM E1317-97a

Standard Test Method for Flammability of Marine Surface Finishes

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 January 1997
Status: historical
Page Count: 18
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1.1 This fire-test-response standard describes a procedure for measuring fire properties associated with flammable behavior of surface finishes used on noncombustible substrates aboard ship (Note 1). In particular, these include surface finishes intended for use in ship construction such as deck surfacing materials, bulkhead and ceiling veneers including any adhesives used to fasten the veneers to the bulkheads and ceilings, paints, and exposed treatment of insulating materials.

Note 1-This test method has been prepared to closely follow the test procedure of IMO Resolution A.653(16) (1). Optional provisions not applicable to the domestic use of this test method have been deleted.

1.2 Tests performed according to this test method are intended to yield fire properties that, when appropriately interpreted, can be used to select materials and surface treatments that will limit the rapid growth and spread of fire.

1.3 This test method requires a specific range of specimen radiant thermal exposure for measuring fire properties.

1.4 This standard should be used to measure and describe the response of materials, products, or assemblies to heat and flame under controlled conditions and should not be used to describe or appraise the fire-hazard or fire-risk of materials, products, or assemblies under actual fire conditions. However, results of the test may be used as elements of a fire-hazard assessment or a fire-risk assessment which takes into account all of the factors which are pertinent to an assessment of the fire hazard or fire risk of a particular end use.

1.5 This standard does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use. For specific hazard statements, see Section 7.

Document History

April 15, 2019
Standard Test Method for Flammability of Surface Finishes
1.1 This fire-test-response standard covers a procedure for measuring fire properties associated with flammable behavior of surface finishes used on noncombustible substrates (Note 1). In particular,...
July 1, 2012
Standard Test Method for Flammability of Marine Surface Finishes
1.1 This fire-test-response standard covers a procedure for measuring fire properties associated with flammable behavior of surface finishes used on noncombustible substrates aboard ship (Note 1). In...
September 1, 2008
Standard Test Method for Flammability of Marine Surface Finishes
1.1 This fire-test-response standard covers a procedure for measuring fire properties associated with flammable behavior of surface finishes used on noncombustible substrates aboard ship (Note 1). In...
April 1, 2008
Standard Test Method for Flammability of Marine Surface Finishes
1.1 This fire-test-response standard covers a procedure for measuring fire properties associated with flammable behavior of surface finishes used on noncombustible substrates aboard ship (Note 1). In...
January 1, 2008
Standard Test Method for Flammability of Marine Surface Finishes
1.1 This fire-test-response standard covers a procedure for measuring fire properties associated with flammable behavior of surface finishes used on noncombustible substrates aboard ship (Note 1). In...
June 10, 1997
Standard Test Method for Flammability of Marine Surface Finishes
This test method provides a means for evaluation of the flammable performance of surface finish materials used in constructing and outfitting ships. A specimen of the surface finish of concern is...
ASTM E1317-97a
January 1, 1997
Standard Test Method for Flammability of Marine Surface Finishes
1.1 This fire-test-response standard describes a procedure for measuring fire properties associated with flammable behavior of surface finishes used on noncombustible substrates aboard ship (Note 1)....
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